"Protecting our voting system from cyber-threats is critical in an age when everything from hospitals to nuclear power plants are being hacked," Stein writes. "But cybersecurity and an accurate vote count are just the tip of the iceberg for safeguarding our votes, when the US election system is largely designed to protect the power of the economic and political elite."
The 2016 recount effort mobilized by the Stein campaign again focused attention on widespread problems with US elections, from outdated and vulnerable election equipment to systemic obstacles to voting, most consistently directed at people of color, and proposes a to-do list to strengthen election security, voter rights, and amplify the political influence of real people over corporations (or what is commonly referred to as "democracy"). There are lots of links to different issue-oriented democracy movement organizations, including Alliance for Democracy, so you can follow the latest on the work that interests you.
Stein also repeats the call for a bipartisan emergency commission for election protection and voting justice--certainly a good idea at the state level, where they are likely to be more responsive to the grassroots and where voter groups can use them as a way to get their findings and demands out in front of both legislators and local media.